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BlackBerry tries again

Remember when Research in Motion’s BlackBerry smartphones set the bar? My first smartphone was a BlackBerry 7130e. I loved the phone. And then my son gave it a bath in a ginger ail. The 7130e had it all: A scroll wheel, Java apps, a keyboard and a swappable battery that would last for days. Show More Summary

BlackBerry's Notable app lets you quickly annotate screenshots

BlackBerry may not be making its smartphones anymore, but it's still producing productivity-focused apps. To help extend the excitement of the forthcoming BlackBerry Mercury, the company has launched BlackBerry Notable for BlackBerry Hub+ users. Show More Summary

BlackBerry launches Notable app

BlackBerry may not be building its phones anymore, but it is making apps. BlackBerry has unveiled a brand new Android app called Notable. With it, users can capture what’s displayed on their phone’s screen and then edit that content with free-form drawing, stickers, and text. It’s a quick way to make [...]

BlackBerry’s latest app lets you doodle on your screenshots

BlackBerry Notable is a new application for Android devices which allows you to annotate images and easily share them with friends or coworkers.

BlackBerry launches a new ‘Notable’ screen capture app for its Android devices

BlackBerry's new app, Notable, lets users quickly capture their screen and make notes on them.

Twilio CEO dismisses BlackBerry messaging play as ‘nothing we haven’t seen before’

Twilio isn’t worried about competition in the communication space, at least not for now. Company chief executive Jeff Lawson seemed to dismiss news this week regarding BlackBerry’s launch of a messaging app developer kit, suggesting that there wasn’t anything his cloud-based communication platform had to worry about. During Twilio’s fourth quarter earnings call on Tuesday, […]

BlackBerry Delivers On Software Promise With Licensing Deals And New Communications Offering

BlackBerry announces a new licensing deal for the Asian market and a software development kit (SDK) that allows app developers to add communications into their apps. Both are proof that BlackBerry is delivering on its promise to become a software company.

BlackBerry Messenger Enterprise promises secure comms for business

Faulting BlackBerry for its lack of apps or antiquated design ideas was fair, but the firm's dedication to security spoke for itself. The company is going to take that reputation and use it to retool BlackBerry Messenger as an enterprise-level communications platform. Show More Summary

BlackBerry wants to bring BBM to all enterprise apps

As BlackBerry continues its efforts in transitioning to a software company, a BBM Enterprise SDK provides a new revenue stream.

Apple Aquires Tech, Talent Of Bankrupt Music Streamer Omnifone

Ominfone was in the business of building streaming music services for the likes of Blackberry, Samsung's Milk and Pono. It was one of the first companies to launch an unlimited streaming service and among the first to fail. Now, Apple has acquired its tech and hired key staffers. _____________________________ Apple...

Verizon's Priv Lands Marshmallow Update

4 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Verizon Wireless today made Android 6.0 Marshmallow available to its version of the BlackBerry Priv. The new system software makes a significant number of changes to many apps and services on the phone. To start, it adds WiFi Calling, Now On Tap, and the Marshmallow runtime permissions. Show More Summary

BlackBerry Updates Hub+ and Other Android Apps

4 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

BlackBerry today announced an update to its Hub+ subscription service for Android devices. Hub+ users will now be able add Facebook Messenger to Hub+ and manage Messenger communications directly in the Hub. Hub+ also makes it easier to save inline images and improves support for admin-defined signatures for business users. Show More Summary

‘Inflexion point’ BlackBerry washes hands of hardware biz

Switches to licensing 'secure Android' and apps Here’s your chance to design your own BlackBerry. BlackBerry today ended its 17-year adventure as a phone-maker with CEO John Chen announcing “a new strategic direction focussed on licensing our secure device software and the BlackBerry brand.”…

Access Enterprise on the Go

Good Work now allows you to access your apps from within the launcher, allowing you to stay protected wherever you are! Available for iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Mobile. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Quick Apps Setup

Application deployment doesn’t need to be a difficult, involved process. Through BlackBerry’s Good Work collaboration apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10 and Windows Mobile, your team can access all the apps they need to get the job done with ease. Show More Summary

Securely Browse Corp Intranets

Today’s workers are no longer chained to a desk, but that doesn’t mean they don’t still need access to internal resources. With BlackBerry’s Good Access cross-platform mobile app, your employees can browse your corporate intranet, no matter where they are. Show More Summary

Work with Offline Files

Mobile employees aren’t always going to have network connectivity. They are, however, always going to need access to critical files. Through BlackBerry’s Good Share cross-platform document collaboration app, you can keep your employees connected to the data they need most, no matter where they are. [[ This is a content summary only. Show More Summary

Samsung Focus is a new app that turns your phone into a productivity powerhouse

We exclusively reported four months ago that Samsung was developing a new BlackBerry Hub-like app called Samsung Focus which would integrate crucial functions like email, contacts, calendars and memos in one place to turn your handset into a productivity powerhouse so that you can get things done faster. Show More Summary

BlackBerry Hub+ coming to more Android phones

BlackBerry is offering more BB apps to more Android devices: most phones running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher, to be more specific.

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